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“Bring on Shaqiri”, “That guy needs a break” – Some Liverpool fans want player rested after injury during international break



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Mohamed Salah scored directly from a corner but limped off in Egypt’s 4-1 win over Swaziland in an African Cup of Nations qualifier, according to the Guardian.

The Egyptian picked up a thigh strain, as per the report but Hany Ramzy, the assistant coach, added that this was not a big injury.

The coach was quoted by the Guardian as saying:

“The initial diagnosis confirmed that the injury is a muscle strain and there is no possibility of muscle rupture.

“It is not a big injury. We support him with all our energy and we hope he will return as soon as possible.”

This will come as some relief for the Liverpool fans as Salah is a key player for the team. The 26-year-old hasn’t hit the heights from last season and has three goals from eight Premier League games this season.

Our next clash is against Huddersfield once the international break is over. Salah would have started against the Terriers, and some fans were upset about the injury while others expected the forward to get a bit of a break now.

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